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Bush Interview with Martha Radditz

Discussion in 'Political Discussion' started by scout, Dec 15, 2008.

  1. scout

    scout Veteran Starter w/Big Long Term Deal

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    Had the reporter not thrown his shoes at Bush, this interview would be the big story. Before I mention his great response to the Al Qaeda question, WTF is he talking about in promoting his Presidency, when he states, 52 months of uninterrupted job growth? Is that kind of like Richard Nixon's "we are bringing the troops home" message or has W reverted back to glug, glug, glug.
    Bush was speaking of Al Qaeda taking a stand; Radditz: not until the U.S invaded Iraq. Bush: Yea, that's right, so what?
    Or in other words, Al Qaeda infiltrated Iraq after the U.S.'s preemptive strike of Iraq, due to the WMD's that were never there.............So what.

    ABC News: Bush 'Not Insulted' by Thrown Shoes
     
  2. Holy Diver

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    Amazing.....

    The fact that this 'man' has not been impeached or worse means that the people running things are pleased.

    He will be the last to never know what a failure he has been. Throughout his entire life. That is the one word that descibes his legacy....

    FAILURE.



    Oh, and George, Daddy doesn't love you like he loves Jeb....never has, never will.
     
  3. DarrylS

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    IF Bush was smart he would just fade to black, but instead keeps opening his piehole and showing how stupid he really is, and how much he has duped the American People.. guess he is being let go by his "handlers"...
     

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